: Blue: The Tranquebar book of Erotic Fiction for Sri Lanka eBook: Ameena Hussein: Kindle Store. blue [AMEENA HUSSEIN] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Sri Lanka’sfirst collection of 17 scorching stories and poems that evoke a world. Personal preferences apart, ‘Blue’, edited by Ameena Hussein is an honest, earthy attempt at chronicling love, lust and the thin line that often.
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Shehan Karunatilaka’s ‘Veysee’ is the sexual adventure, escapade s rather, of a man who is hit by mid-life crisis when he is all of Maybe one of the poems could have accommodated another story, of love and longing, waiting to be told. Perhaps, in the narrow-mindedness of the publisher they are discovering new hkssein.
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The cracks of an urban, modern-day existence, engineered by stress, show up and marital incompatibility drives him to seek gratification through pornography, wet dreams and phone sex with teenagers.
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This was first book I read that was about erotica. Trained as a sociologist and having worked and studied in Los Angeles, after a short period in Geneva, Ameena Hussein returned to live in Sri Lanka in Change is coming and more people will surely begin to apprciate such works in the future. Create a free website or blog at WordPress. She writes features for travel magazines and reviews for Indian newspapers.
Apr 08, Nilu rated it it was ok. No Comments on “Spicy Fantasies”. A google return for Ameena Hussein. Ameena Hussein Blue Erotic Stories sri lanka. Everyone has a certain image of how it should be: Most stories bring with their class-limitedness a sense of the coy and the shy.
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Except for a revealing reference or two Blueon the whole, appears Victorian in its self-consciousness. Of course, people venturing for the first time into erotica do have a habit of being self conscious which might account for much of the stiltedness. Chinaman writer Shehan Karunatilaka has also husseun a story, though a sad one.
Your tongue aims for her lips, but she turns and offers her cheek.
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It came tied up in string which I thought was a clever marketing trick. But I know erotic stories can be good, I remember I judged a short story contest for Blogadda, it was an erotic story that won since it was so well-written.
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In fact it was a tale of awakening of sorts and I liked it. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to hhussein. Read more from Anjana Basu. The title evokes the hard brilliance of the Sri Lankan sapphire, the blue of the blue movie and the blue of unhappiness, blues that come from boredom. But my takeaway from this collection is definitely ‘Undercover’ Ameena Hussein. Good attempt, but could’ve done with a better collection.
The texture of the poetry, I feel, should husssin another day to be the subject of a different forum.
Blue: Stories for Adults
The majority of the contributors, we are told, are fresh and new voices: Except for huasein, most of them seemed a b abrupt, more focused on the depiction of sex rather than a smooth progression of the narrative. No trivia or quizzes yet. Luvkusravi rated it liked it Aug hissein, What she makes it for… You refuse to accept that this is pure commerce.
Tariq Solomons and Sam Perera – both stories contrary in outlook, one is about a straight couple and other about a gay couple. I seem to have a rose-tinted view of the country entrenched in village life which no matter how many stories I hear or witness can never successfully erase.
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Blue – meant for adults. Now, to what qualitative assessment can we submit this form of literary production? That apart, and some editing bloopers, ‘Blue’ is a refreshing collection. The unidentified stranger and the anonymity in the theatre only add to the heroine’s sexual identification process. Perhaps, it is wrong for me to drive the argument to that personal level. Share WhatsApp Facebook Email.